GM Argentina sees 2006 car sales up 7 pct


By Damian Wroclavsky MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina, Nov 24 (Reuters) - The Argentine unit of General Motors sees sales rising 7 percent in 2006 as the automotive industry's sharp rebound from the country's 2001-2002 economic collapse levels off, the company's president said on Thursday. Vehicle production in Argentina, Latin America's third-largest car manufacturer, grew 31 percent in the first 10 months of this year compared with a year earlier, according to industry statistics. "It will ...

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